When inclement weather occurs there may be times when our school buses would need to use alternative routes. Please review the transportation's Snow/Alternative Bus Routes and instructions for the 2016-17 school year below. Click on the following link for more information: Emergency and Weather.
Science Team is looking for 1 liter bottles for our bottle rocket event. If you have a 1 liter bottle you could donate please turn it in to the office. In order for the bottle to be used, the label must still be attached and we must have the correct lid. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Harrington.
The Stanwood-Camano community is invited to an informational meeting at Stanwood High School to learn more about the , bond proposal. The project architect and district staff will present information.
Where: Stanwood High School Library
- Review project details
- Tax rates
- Project timelines
- Questions and Answers
- Tours of current facilities
Next year’s entering 9th graders, graduating Class of 2021, will have new graduation requirements.
In 2014 the Washington State Board of Education updated the graduation requirements as per Senate Bill 6552. One of the requirements was that students graduating from Washington State high schools must graduate with 24 credits. The Stanwood-Camano School District applied for a two-year waiver for these graduation requirements in order to study best possible ways to implement the 24 credit requirement.
Click the link below to view more information.